The Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to leave interest rates on hold this month now extends the period in which official interest rates have remained...

The Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to leave interest rates on hold this month now extends the period in which official interest rates have remained unchanged to 14 months. The extended period of steady interest rates seems unusual to some exasperated market analysts, and has led some to suggest it's a particularly boring period for RBA Watching. It begs the question: is the latest period of steady interest rates particularly unusual? Click the link for more: (VIEW LINK)


David Bassanese
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Author, columnist, investment strategist and macro-economist. Previous roles at Federal Treasury, OECD, Macquarie Bank and AFR. I develop economic insights and portfolio construction strategies for BetaShares' retail and adviser clients.

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